Tonle Sap is one of the most productive freshwater resources for fish production in the world. In addition, after the descent of water in the surrounding lands, fertile silt settles, significantly improving the conditions for agriculture. On the lake live people, and directly on the water. Many buildings are floating and migrate throughout the year on the lake. Most of the fixed "houses" are built on stilts, in view of the fact that during the rainy season the water level can rise very much. In the dry period, the space under the floor of the building serves as a warehouse, and a landfill, and a place for keeping pets. During the rainy season, water rises by 2-3 meters and floods the "cellars". There is even a Catholic church, representing a hut floating on several sealed metal barrels. Local residents, in fact, spend their entire lives on the water. Here in this village I sent somehow my curious legs. In general, the video captures two villages, located not very far from each other. The first one is accessible for tourists, the second one is problematic, so there are practically no whites.